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Budget spending on social benefits increased in Chukotka

Budget spending on social benefits increased in Chukotka
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New payments for families with children, children of war, provision of orphans were approved by deputies of the Chukotka Duma. The total budget adjustment amount of the Autonomous Okrug amounted to 1,25 billion rubles.

According to the press service of the government of Chukotka, the deputies adjusted the district budget for several items at once. 2020 million rubles more will be allocated to support families with children in 38,8. Four million rubles were added to provide social support to children of the war. Another 22,1 million rubles will be spent on providing housing for orphans and children left without parental care.

In addition, additional budgetary expenditures will be directed to repair the dormitory of the Chukotka Polar College and repair the water supply system of the secondary school in Anadyr. 221,6 million rubles will be allocated for the reconstruction of cultural houses in the villages of Chukotka and the development of the ski complex on Mount Michael.

To support the business, additional costs of 11,7 million rubles were approved. Separately, 22,4 million rubles will be spent on supporting the agro-industrial complex of the district.

New expenses were made possible thanks to the Chukot budget’s own revenues and a grant for achieving the results of the activities of regional authorities received last year. The entire district budget was adopted last year. Main expenses of the district focused on the social sphere.
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